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Coils dirty or filter needs changing not getting enough air across coil remove filter using spray bottle with a little bit of dish soap spray across coils to clean do not wipe coils very thin will bend if pushed against[make matters worst] turn on fan let cleaner drip down to drain replace firter and run unit-other problem fan speed -and or freon leak both which a tech would need to be called

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Icemaker keeps sending out cubes after let go of switch. Had to lock it off. Now inside of freezer is icing up.


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Since your symtom is general, I'll answer as such.

An air leak due to doors not sealing can cause general icing. A defrost cycle that is too long can cause icing in areas other than the evap. A defrost cycle that is too short can cause evap icing. Intermittent problem with the evap fan. Overloading the unit with too much product can restrict air flow and cause icing. Door not closing due to spring loaded door closing hinge not working correctly.
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My new Haier AC is icing up


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Evaperator icing up. timer r/r 3 weeks ago for same reason by a refer tech. started icing again yesterday.


Then there are other reasons for the icing. The defrost heater is defective, defrost thermostat, loose connections to defrost heater or low on freon. If you have a multimeter or ohm meter we can check the electrical. Lack of freon shows as a few rows are freezing on the evaporator and the other rows show only moisture. Let me know, Thanks, Sea Breeze

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Door gasket icing


Icing is caused by warm, moist air hitting cold air. Either your gasket is not properly sealing to the frame or the door frame heater is either off or not working. Some units have an off/on switch for that. The heater is usually referred to as an "Anti Sweat" heater. Make sure the door is closing and sealing. The door frame should be slightly warm to the touch. If not, look for no power to the heater or the heater could be damaged/ burned out.

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I quick way to test the door seal is take a dollar bill close the door on it if you can pull the dollar out with little resistance the seal needs to be replaced. That is what I am thinking is wrong with unit.

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